[ad_1] Researchers recently conducted a study investigating the effects of using fenofibrate in the treatment of gout in type 2 diabetic patients. Gout is a disease characterized by joint inflammation resulting in painful attacks that can last from days to weeks. The inflammation is caused by urate crystals depositing into joints when uric acid levels
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[ad_1] Recent research from the Harvard’s School of Public Health suggests that monounsaturated fats from plant or animal sources may not be made equal. According to research from the United States Department of Agriculture, dietary monounsaturated fats make up 12% of the average American’s total energy intake.  But apart from being an energy source, monounsaturated
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Tongue bumps are common, and there are many possible causes, including injuries, allergies, and infections. Although tongue bumps can feel strange and may cause concern, they are usually harmless. Some people with bumps on their tongue may worry about cancer, but oral cancers are relatively rare. According to the American Cancer Society, around 50,000 people
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[ad_1] Scientists developed distinct formulas to estimate body fat percentage in men and women based on simple body circumference measurements. The most widely used and accepted measure of body fat and weight is the body mass index (BMI). This measure, however, is flawed and sometimes does not produce an accurate depiction of health. Recently, clinicians
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[ad_1] In a recent study, researchers reviewed existing data to determine if the consumption of sweet food influences the desire to consume more sweet food. High-sugar diets can have serious health implications, and health organizations are placing an emphasis on reducing sugar intake. The sweet flavour can induce feelings of pleasure and satisfaction and may
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[ad_1] A study looked at the connection between neural systems and resilience, in determining the development of major depressive disorder in adolescent girls. Major depressive disorder is a common occurrence in adolescents. In fact, one in three female adolescents in the United States is diagnosed with this illness, and it is the most likely cause
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[ad_1] Researchers in the United States determine the differences between sleep deficiency and sleepiness on the risk of a car crash. Many people suffer from sleep deficiency, defined as an insufficient amount of sleep.  Possible causes for sleep deficiency include a habitually short sleep duration and sleep apnea. A symptom of sleep deficiency is excessive
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Our Reader Score [Total: 0 Average: 0] A recent study in BMC Psychiatry examines the impact of yoga for PTSD as a complementary treatment to psychotherapeutic intervention. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a public health problem that has a worldwide prevalence of 6.1%. Substantial traumatic experiences result in PTSD and it commonly occurs among victims of violence,
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[ad_1] A recent study in BMC Psychiatry examines the impact of yoga for PTSD as a complementary treatment to psychotherapeutic intervention. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a public health problem that has a worldwide prevalence of 6.1%. Substantial traumatic experiences result in PTSD and it commonly occurs among victims of violence, survivors of wars or natural disasters,
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New research suggests that intermittent fasting may raise insulin levels, damage pancreatic cells, and increase the amount of abdominal fat. Intermittent fasting may be a popular diet, but it may also harm our metabolic health, suggests a new study. The so-called intermittent fasting diet has been gaining more and more traction among people who want
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[ad_1] A recent study evaluated whether exercise programs can help to slow the cognitive decline often associated with Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is a disease of the brain commonly found in the older populations. It is a degenerative disease that causes a massive decrease in the ability of its patients to move properly. In the
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[ad_1] Sleep is important for overall health, and in patients with type 2 diabetes, short nighttime sleep duration can interfere with their ability to control blood sugar. Researchers determine whether midday naps are able to reverse the negative effects of short nighttime sleep duration in patients with type 2 diabetes. Diet, physical activity, and sleep
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Our Reader Score [Total: 0 Average: 0] A recent study published in PLoS ONE evaluates whether rural health care is meeting the needs of older adults with lower socioeconomic status. As the average age of the population increases, dependence on the health care system also increases. The elderly population is highly dependent on health care
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[ad_1] A recent study examined the policies designed to increase the levels of physical fitness and the consumption of fruits and vegetables in low-income countries. A non-communicable disease is a disease that is not contagious. These diseases tend to be conditions such as vessel blockages, heart conditions, respiratory problems such as chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases
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[ad_1] A recent study in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition investigated whether calorie restriction is a viable weight-loss method for athletes. Numerous research articles have noted the capacity for calorie restriction to have profound effects on metabolism, including increasing lifespans in small animals and delaying the onset of age-related diseases. These
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A recent review published in the Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology explored the relationship between genes, environmental factors, and obesity. Upwards of 300 gene variants have been implicated in obesity and its contributing factors. Investigating the genes associated with obesity, the nature of these associations, and the biological processes tied to these genes may contribute to
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[ad_1] A recent review published in the Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology explored the relationship between genes, environmental factors, and obesity. Upwards of 300 gene variants have been implicated in obesity and its contributing factors. Investigating the genes associated with obesity, the nature of these associations, and the biological processes tied to these genes may contribute
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